The most direct route from the city centre is to take Narva Road to Kadriorg Park (should take about 35 min on foot and about 20 min by bicycle).
Line no. 1: Kopli – Balti jaam – Hobujaama – Kadriorg
Line no. 3: Tondi – Vabaduse väljak – Hobujaama – Kadriorg
Lines no. 1a, 8, 19, 29, 34a, 35, 38, 44 and 51 from the bus terminal at Viru Keskus to the stop “J. Poska”
Line no. 5 Männiku – Vabaduse väljak – Viru – J. Poska
Lines no. 60 and 63 Maneeži – J. Poska
For parking, use the parking lots of the Kumu Art Museum. Free parking is available next to the museum on Valge Street (“Kumu Parking”) on Google Maps and on Mäekalda Street (“Kumu” on Google Maps).
Tour buses can park in the parking lot next to Kadriorg Stadium (Roheline aas 24, “Kadriorg Parking” on Google Maps).
Parking for the disabled is available upon prior agreement with the museum; please contact us at , +372 606 6400
When coming by car, you can park in the parking lot behind the Mikkel Museum.
When entering the museum’s foyer, beware of the high threshold. Ask the museum’s security guard for help if you need it. You can inform the security guard of your arrival by calling +372 606 6402 or +372 565 5302. With a wheelchair, you will have access to the first floor of the Mikkel Museum in the temporary exhibitions hall.
If you are visiting the museum with a guide dog, please inform the museum’s security guard in advance by calling +372 606 6402 or +372 565 5302.
The museum has a disabled accessible toilet.
For additional information on programmes and services geared toward people with special needs, please contact the museum at or +372 606 6400.